Partner Websites

Growing Food Citizens would not have been so successful had we not gained the support of some great partner organisations.  From those who formed in response to our work, those that have expanded over the last three years to those that have an amazing challenge ahead of them to continue their fabulous work.

We could not have done it without you!

Please check out their  work.

Empower To Cook

A Social Enterprise teaching children, young people, and communities valuable life and food skills. Community Cooking and Well-being Kitchen in High Wycombe.
Empower to Cook uses food education to make a real difference in people’s lives.

Community Youth Ventures CIC

Community Youth Ventures C.I.C. focuses on inspiring young lives through innovative and diversionary activities. Our aim is to empower young people to make positive choices, enhance their opportunities and widen their horizons.


Khepera CIC

Khepera realises that everyone learns at a different pace and in different ways.

By sharing skills, information & food knowledge we inspire the community to learn of the various ways they can improve their health & lifestyle.  We help to implement the necessary changes in a way that is tailored to individual needs, ​which increases self awareness & confidence.


Grow Together CIC

At Grow Together the objects of our Company are to carry on activities which benefit the community and in particular to:

  • Enhance the lives of individuals

  • Engage with local businesses

  • Protect the environment

  • Work to reduce food waste


Community Transform - Community Grow

Local growing projects across Buckinghamshire and team building opportunities for corporate organisations. Particularly in High Wycombe and Aylesbury.
Community Grow is a project of the charity Community Transform.

Women's Cultural Arena

Women’s Cultural Arena (WCA) based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire are reaching out to all women with shared values, art, cuisine and education.

We manage the Wyombe Community Fridge as well as a successful community allotment.


Grow To Give

Grow to Give is a community food initiative providing fresh, locally grown food to food banks and community fridges across Buckinghamshire. Food charities have faced a significant increase in demand for food since the Pandemic started.

We believe that everyone should have access to fresh food.

Local allotment and home growers sometimes end up with too much of a particular fruit or vegetable. By donating their surplus they can support local people at a very difficult time, reducing any food waste and volunteering in a healthy and safe way in their community.


Buckinghamshire Food Partnership

Driven by Sustain, launching in October 2021 the partnership has area based food hubs in High Wycombe, Aylesbury & Chiltern and South Bucks.

They also have working groups looking at key themes across Buckinghamshire.


Road Farm Countryways CIC

Road Farm Countryways CIC was formed in May 2014 to enable the benefits of being on a real, working farm to be shared more effectively with others. Road Farm Countryways CIC is part of Care Farming UK whose aim is to promote, enable and support the development and growth of care farming provision throughout the United Kingdom.


Rachel Jones Natural Dye Artist

Natural dyer and Artist Gardener connected to the Bucks based Gymsdyke Farm exploring colour through local natural dyes and art form.

Also check out the Dyeing with Food Waste workshop lead by Rachel for us!


Artist's work


It was great to work with Hubbub on a number of areas connected to Growing Food Citizens and they have been a great support network to the Community Fridge organisations in Bucks.

We were able to connect with them for the Bucks Food revolution in 2020 for this amazing workshop.